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For those of you who don't know I'm an Arab pagan from Saudi Arabia I'm an ex Muslim but I don't know much on Islam so I will not pretend that I do. But recently I had a strange dream. I was in the desert at night there was no light at all except from two torches at the entrance of a large purple tent, which is strange since purple is my favorite color. So I moved past all the purple curtains and I came upon an old table with an old coin on it, which is also strange since I collect old coins. So I looked at the coin and I saw the face of a roaring lion on it and there was a name as soon as I was able to read the name some one or something whispered the name into my ear. The name was Al-Sa'eer, what does this dream mean. 

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30 minutes ago, Mishael said:

For those of you who don't know I'm an Arab pagan from Saudi Arabia I'm an ex Muslim but I don't know much on Islam so I will not pretend that I do. But recently I had a strange dream. I was in the desert at night there was no light at all except from two torches at the entrance of a large purple tent, which is strange since purple is my favorite color. So I moved past all the purple curtains and I came upon an old table with an old coin on it, which is also strange since I collect old coins. So I looked at the coin and I saw the face of a roaring lion on it and there was a name as soon as I was able to read the name some one or something whispered the name into my ear. The name was Al-Sa'eer, what does this dream mean. 

Al-Sa'eer is the Blazing Fire, one of the names or regions of Jahannam. 

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Surely the Shaitan is your enemy, so take him for an enemy; he only invites his party that they may be inmates of the burning fire. [Holy Qur'an 35:06.]

إِنَّ الشَّيْطَانَ لَكُمْ عَدُوٌّ فَاتَّخِذُوهُ عَدُوًّا إِنَّمَا يَدْعُو حِزْبَهُ لِيَكُونُوا مِنْ أَصْحَابِ السَّعِيرِ

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41 minutes ago, Mishael said:

I'm an Arab pagan from Saudi Arabia

You still exist there? You still on the old Meccan religion(Lat,Manat etc..) ?

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 The name was Al-Sa'eer, what does this dream mean.

As above, it is a region of Jahannam, and every polytheist will go to Jahnnam for us.

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37 minutes ago, Mishael said:

For those of you who don't know I'm an Arab pagan from Saudi Arabia I'm an ex Muslim but I don't know much on Islam so I will not pretend that I do. But recently I had a strange dream. I was in the desert at night there was no light at all except from two torches at the entrance of a large purple tent, which is strange since purple is my favorite color. So I moved past all the purple curtains and I came upon an old table with an old coin on it, which is also strange since I collect old coins. So I looked at the coin and I saw the face of a roaring lion on it and there was a name as soon as I was able to read the name some one or something whispered the name into my ear. The name was Al-Sa'eer, what does this dream mean. 

Thats a bad sign. Its probably telling you that your desires will lead you to Hell. Just an interpretation here. :)

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11 minutes ago, Mishael said:

But I don't worship Manat and Allat I respect them though but I'm from Najd so I worship different gods.

However, Did those gods give you any signs? books? prophets? miracles? Can I ask you the names of the gods and their roles(just curiosity).

 

13 minutes ago, Mishael said:

I fell in love with the old religion

This is not much of an argument although, anyways.

I hope Allah guides you and all of us :).

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1 minute ago, Mishael said:

And another time I said if your real make rain fall and it did happen.

I think that you are unknowingly contacting a Djinn. I recommend that you leave these "gods" and worship the God. Trust me doing what you are doing can get pretty ugly. I have suffered at the hands of a Djinn. 

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1 minute ago, Mishael said:

And another time I said if your real make rain fall and it did happen.

Ok, What are their names though? Just curious :) 

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44 minutes ago, Mishael said:

I had another topic here where I said their names but I will tell of them now. My gods are Rudā, Nuha, Athtarsamyn, and Al-Sa'eer

Which one of these gods created you? If it was a team work between them, what was the role of each god?

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1 hour ago, Mishael said:

I think they all created me.

Brother, think carefully about yourself and the world around you.

I imagine that there are different gods. I ask myself these questions:

Which one is more powerful?

What was the role of each god?

Which one loves me more?

What would happen if one god decided to show other gods that he is more powerful? What would happen if there was a competition between them?

Does it make sense that this world is created by different gods?

I always think about myself some times of the day. You're like my brother, think about these things. What made you to ask your question from a Shii website? What is Shia?

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4 hours ago, Mishael said:

But I don't worship Manat and Allat I respect them though but I'm from Najd so I worship different gods.

Brother you said you have different gods and all of your gods created you. Is it possible that you are created with only one god? If they all created you, it means that gods need each other to help each other to create human beings like you. In other words, non of your gods are almighty by themselves alone because they NEED each other which is a defect. God must be almighty and powerful, but your gods help each other to create you and the world.

Moreover, you said that you THINK your gods all helped each other to create you. This shows that you are NOT CERTAIN about it. Religion is something that must be REASONABLE AND CERTAIN. You are not still %100 sure that which god created you.

What do you think?

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9 hours ago, Mishael said:

I also worship a pagan god by the name of Al-Sa'eer and I also represent him as a lion.

This dream is from back of your mind, otherwise, if you had seen any dream which you are not aware of at certain time phase and in future, it becomes true then it might be called a true dream. 

You call your god as Al-Saeer, represent him with lion and also collect coins, it is therefore just recollection of memories collected to form your dream. 

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